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Maxpedition EDC Organiser Pouch


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  • Boxed-product Weight: 399 g
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  • ASIN: B00EKIYPPY
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 15 Aug 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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Maxpedition EDC Pocket Organiser - Small items organizer that fits neatly into a pant cargo pocket

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By hw on 23 Jan 2013
Colour Name: KhakiSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
This is a well made , sturdy item , strongly stitched with a hefty zip and well fitted interior It was delivered promptly to me from a British supplier . It is possible that a previous unhappy reviewer may have been misled by a "buyer supplied photo" from amazon.com which is actually of the "fatty" version (and clearly indicated as such in the caption) , with vertically divided elastic on one side and horizontally divided on the other .

This EDC pocket organiser has interior elastic straps running horizontally on both sides . The measurements given (in cm) are accurate if you lie the empty pouch flat , but packed with stuff mine measures a realistic external 18cm x 13cm and probably around 7cm thick at the middle. It is certainly not a lightweight item , and appears very durable.

And packed with stuff mine is . I have various odds & ends which shift between several rucsacs and camera bags for different purposes and I have , until now , not found a good way of accomplishing this . The EDC pocket is compact , and Amazon.com reviewers seem to get quite competitive listing what they cram into their EDCs , so here's my contribution;

Left hand side: back slip pocket : notebook,pencil,sunscreen wipe,tissue,elastic bandage ,small cotton wool roll ,space blanket ,fresnel magnifier , acrylic mirror. Left side elastics : mountain whistle,AAA torch ,firesteel,baby can opener,penknife,spare sd card in box.On key leash : keyring torch,and even sometimes keys.

Right hand side : back slip pocket 2x AA and 2 x AAA cells in polybags ,needles & thread in plastic tube,small first aid kit & resuscitation face shield . Right hand side elastics : tweezers,mini sharpie pen,leatherman multitool,about 50cm of duct tape and 3m of thin nylon cord.
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0 of 3 people found the following review helpful By miss samantha cox on 11 Aug 2013
Colour Name: KhakiSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
Bought on behalf of a friend who said it was strong and sturdy but a bit basic in terms of compartments.
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1 of 8 people found the following review helpful By gmiester on 21 Aug 2012
Colour Name: KhakiSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
I waited nearly a month for this to arrive. I guess this is a case of buyer beware as I foolishly paid £30 for this including postage. This is a grossly over priced item which does not fit the description as advertised, my guess is that the pictures are of the next size up. That said the product is very well made and clearly Maxpedition products are good quality, I have subsequently discovered there is a UK outlet for these products, and if I buy any more Maxpedition stuff it will be from them. Perhaps Amazon would do well to contact them, to supplement the shoddy seller that currently is on Amazons books.
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210 of 217 people found the following review helpful
Man Purse 1 July 2011
By M. Ross - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
There, I said it. I may catch heck for it, but I'm just calling like I see it. I also have to say that there isn't a bit of shame in calling it what it is. Being as much a gearhead as any man, I've always envied a woman's ability to have with her in her purse nearly everything imaginable: What seems to be an entire Nordstrom's cosmetics counter-worth of powders, make-up, and tubes of God-knows-what; a dozen pens; about $50 in loose change; at least 200 old receipts (I have no idea why); clothes, snacks, checkbooks, calendar, phone, MP3 player with sport headphones, photos, food.... and a million other things. I've always thought, how cool would it be to be able to carry around things that actually matter? Like multi-tools, fire starters, flashlights, knives, etc. You know, Man Things.

Enter the Maxpedition EDC Pocket Organizer.

Now, I'm a contractor and during work I carry a lot of things on my belt. During off hours, though, I have to admit that I don't want to carry everything I consider necessary (refer to Man Things list above) on my person in various pockets. I tried that once, and confidently strode around the house in my BDU's, pockets filled with everything I thought a responsible, well-prepared man should carry. Well, my wife asked me if it was the end of the world or something and made me feel small about being so prepared. Pffft. Women just don't understand.

Where this EDC organizer comes in is it allows you to have with you - or very near you - all those things that are either impractical to have with you at work or when dressing casual or when your friends make you feel ridiculous for wearing them all over your 5.11 tactical vest. No, it's not quite as good as having these things on your person if you really, truly need then RIGHT NOW. But how often does that happen? Hasn't happened to me yet. Most of the time, it's close enough to have them in my truck, nearby. Let's face it, there are times - like when my wife drags me to the opera - that it's just plain awkward to have my EDC folder, Leatherman, flashlight, etc. on my person. It can also be an advantage having everything in one place: Need to take a different car, or going someplace in your buddies car? Grab this mini go-pouch and you're prepared.

Others have done an excellent job of listing contents and posting pictures. I've got all that stuff in my EDC organizer, with slight variation.

The case itself is made of high-denier nylon and opens up clamshell style with the help of a strong zipper with two pulls, useful lanyards included. The stitching is thick and nicely done throughout. In addition to two inner pockets, there are many stitched, wide elastic straps on both sides of the inside to hold all your gear. There is also a small loop on the inside and a key holder with strap. The outside has a useful see-through mesh pocket on the front with a hook and loop closure. There is also a large loop patch on the outside to accommodate a hook-backed badge or patch. The whole case has a beefy nylon strap for carrying.

While it could fit in some cargo pockets, I find it impractical to do that with mine when it is fully loaded. It is simply too heavy and bulky to do that comfortably. Besides, if I'm wearing my BDU's, I would probably have most of the gear separately on my person, in pockets or holsters. I wouldn't use this when hiking, or backpacking - I use it mainly for transporting from location to location with the intent of having my gear very close, when it's not actually on my person.

One note of caution on the clamshell design: Just about everything I have in there is metal and when the unit is closed, everything rubs together. You can help solve this by having a small rag or cloth diaper to put between the halves. (Cloth diapers - another essential item. Witness your wife's astonishment when you whip out a diaper and wipes from among your other survival tools in your man pack to tend to your infant's wet shorts. Priceless)

So, while I consider it ideal to have all your EDC gear on your person, the ideal rarely happens for this reviewer. Instead I consider this EDC organizer essential gear. Because having all your essential EDC gear nearby is a whole lot better than having it at home where you can't get at it when you're out and about. Tough, useful, Manly, and priced right... and an easy five stars.
98 of 102 people found the following review helpful
Excellent E.D.C. Organizer 17 Dec 2010
By Tradecraft - Published on Amazon.com
Maxpeditions E.D.C. Pocket Organizer is a very rugged and durable product to carry all your essential gear and it holds a ton of items.

This is what I currently have as my set up:

Inside left:

Slip pocket
- Jet Scream Whistle
- Garrity Light
- 2 Gatorade G2 Thirst Quencher Powder Packs
- 14 Ibuprofen
- Neosporin
- Chapstick
- Plastic Waterproof Case with Cash

Elastic organizer with 9 divisions:
- Lighter
- Tweezers
- Swedish Firesteel Army Model
- Fisher Space Pen
- Streamlight Stylus Pro
- 1x4 Technicians Screwdriver

Inside right: Slip pocket
- Rite in the Rain Notebook
- Inova Flashlight
- Assortment of 6 Bandaids
- Exotac Matchcap with 10 REI Stormproof Matches and extra striker

Elastic organizer with 6 divisions
- Leatherman Wave
- Leatherman Micra
- 4" Pry Bar

On the back MOLLE attachments I have two Nite-Ize S Biner's.

Like all Maxpedition products this EDC Organizer is very well made. It has a full clamshell opening with two zippers and it is a compact size of 5 x 7 x 0.75.

Overall, I highly recommend this product.
40 of 41 people found the following review helpful
E.D.C. pocket organizer 13 April 2011
By Jess Rasmussen - Published on Amazon.com
Colour Name: KhakiSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
The pocket organizer is well made but a bit pricey. It does, however, work well for organizing small items. The numerous loops are very helpful and offer endless possibilities for arranging your "stuff". The size is optimal for travel or for the office and it resembles a day-planner. It also easily accomodates a small pistol such as a RUGER LCP. It has the flexibility to serve a variety of needs. I haven't found anything else that comes close to the design of this item. It's a keeper.
23 of 26 people found the following review helpful
Almost Ready for the Zombies 30 Sep 2011
By Ricardo - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
Some years ago, I would never have thought of carrying anything like this. In fact, my wife had to go out and buy me a messenger bag to lug my stuff back and forth to work. Real men don't carry bags, right? Wrong!

Like a lot of guys, I'm getting ready for the zombie attack or whatever form Armageddon will take. Seriously though, I live in New York City and, like it or not, another terrorist attack, blackout or something else to interrupt my daily routine is a distinct possibility. I started thinking about this after 9/11 and again after dealing with my third major blackout a few years ago.

Since then, my commuter bag has been accumulating a bunch of "gotta have" stuff, as have my pockets. I've convinced my wife to carry a small flashlight in her purse and she's convinced me that I must always carry my cell phone. Well, you get the picture.

I've ended up carrying so much stuff that I needed a way to keep it organized. After coming across the Maxpedition website, I got a real Jones for one of these organizers and it arrived a few hours ago.

Naturally, I immediately started to get the organizer organized and it's going to remain a work in progress for a while. I pretty much know what I want to carry so it's just a matter of where it's going to go. There seem to be plenty of options and the elastic seems more than strong enough to handle anything I'm likely to ask of it.

At first, I hesitated to order this because it seemed pricey. However, after reading other reviews and now handling it, I have to admit that this organizer is worth every cent. It's probably going to last longer than I will.

I'll take other peoples word that this will fit into a pocket, but I'm old enough that my days of BDUs and cargo pants are behind me. What I'll be doing is carrying the organizer inside my commuter bag where it will easily hold all the loose stuff that's accumulated there in and my pockets. It will also earn its keep on vacations although I'll have to make some changes in its contents before the TSA does it for me. :-)

Anyone doubting that this is a good product only has to read the previous reviews and actually handle one. Bring on the zombies!
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Maxpedition - AMAZING organization and quality 1 Jun 2011
By Kaye - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
Maxpedition products are top notch. The quality is second to none. This was my first Maxpedition product and I have since bought several other items and have more on my list - I simply love them! This EDC Pocket Organizer is a great way to keep together all of those little things that would otherwise be roaming and floating around by themselves in a bag/purse/whatever. I keep a lot of those useful little things that are good to have around and transfer it between different bags (mainly between my shoulder bag and my motorcycle saddlebag). That way I know I always have what I might need. This little organizer is small enough to fit in a cargo pocket but it holds a TON of stuff!
To give you an idea, here is what I currently keep in mine:
* In the front mesh pocket I keep a hair tie and a mini bungee cord
* Inside I've got super glue, pen-shaped screw driver, Leatherman Kick, pen, Sharpie, flint & steel, pen-shaped spray-style hand sanitizer, Streamlight Stylus Pro flashlight, razor blade, mini pry tool, Gorilla tape, electrical tape, small notepad, Tide 2 Go, Advil, chapstick
* On the Molle webbing on the back I have a small LED clip light

As you can see it holds a really lot of stuff. I could probably fit a couple more things in there but it's fairly packed and I'm comfortable with the current thickness. The zippers work excellently and the seams are very strong. The nylon is nice and thick and water resistant. You will not be disappointed in this product!
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